Saweetie has revealed what her top priorities were back when she first came on the scene — with a new set of boobs being number one on the list.
HipHopDX caught up with the Bay Area rapper backstage at Coachella over the weekend and asked her what she spent her first rap check on.
“My first show was in Turkey – Istanbul,” Saweetie began. “They paid me 10 bands to perform ‘ICY GRL.’ Just one song. 10 bands.”
Asked what she spent the money on, she replied: “Some boobs!” Check out the clip below.
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Saweetie’s boob money wasn’t the only big news coming out of Coachella this weekend. According to reports, the “ICY GRL” rapper and YG were reportedly getting cozy while attending the annual festival.
Lala’s wafflehouse in Indio, California, posted Saweetie looking lowkey while dining at their restaurant on Tuesday (April 18) and then put up a subsequent Instagram Story featuring YG.
The restaurant’s IG page also credited Saweetie with the generous gesture of paying the tabs of five people who were at Lala’s at the same time as her.
Blogs began piecing together the clips and posts from the weekend of YG and Saweetie in the same place, which has led to dating rumors between the “Money Mouf” collaborators.
Plenty of fans have disparaged Lala’s for flaunting Saweetie eating at their restaurant.
“She not coming back y’all got her in the blogs and all she was trying to do was eat,” one person wrote while another chimed in: “Its crazy if i was ever this close to a celebrity I wouldn’t INVADE their space! You can tell she didn’t want to be noticed let alone up taking a picture. This is uncomfortable asf!”
Lala’s responded to the hateful comments by clarifying they had her full consent to take and post the photos to their Instagram feed.
“To clarify the concerns of most comments, she was treated as a normal person but she was also offered all the privacy possible while at the restaurant,” they wrote.
“This photo was taken with her full consent. She was so sweet and not bothered at all. She is beyond a beautiful and humble. We were so happy to serve her and that she supported a local small business.”